South Korean 3D printing startup Mooz has launched a Kickstarter for its transformable 3D printer, the Mooz. The machine has interchangeable heads for 3D printing, laser engraving, and CNC carving.
With all-in-one devices, you always run the risk that your versatile new unit will be a “Jack of all trades,” a machine that does everything quite well, but nothing very well. Those worries aren’t going away anytime soon, but with Seoul-based startup Mooz offering an all-in-one 3D printer, laser engraver, and CNC machine for as little as $239, many will consider it a risk well worth taking.
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Mooz, which has already smashed its $50,000 Kickstarter campaign goal with a month to spare, says the “rock-solid frame” of its new Mooz 3D printing machine is able to deliver “precise and stable performance,” adding that “creativity will always take center stage” on the 3-in-1 device.
The versatile building tool features interchangeable industrial components and heads, allowing users to switch between building modes.
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“Unlike other fragile plastic 3D printers, Mooz is made with premium aluminum—the alloy CNC body delivers a great stability,” Mooz says. “Since the sturdy metal frame boosts the stability of the printer, as a result, precise and reliable performance is guaranteed.”
This performance is further enhanced by an industrial-grade linear guideway with accurate positioning capability (linear parallelism of 0.01 mm per 100 mm) and stepper motor with precision of up to 0.005 mm. This all results in a printing precision of up to 0.02 mm.
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The Mooz purportedly comes with “super easy-to-use software,” while common applications like Cura, Slic3r, and Printrun are all compatible with the 3-in-1 machine.
Users also have a bit of flexibility to choose a...
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